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THE 



Yorkshire A rch/Eo logical Society. 



FOUNDED 1863. 



INCORPORATED 1893. 



Excursion to 

FILEY and 
BRIDLINGTON 



THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, 
SEPTEMBER 20th and 21st, 1928. 




Programme & Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed bv R. P. Dodgson, Ckown Press. Kikxcatk. 

IMS. 



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NOTICE 



iorfeatjire gvrfjaeoloflical ibotittp. 

The ANNUAL MEETING will be held as usual at 
10, Park Place, Leeds, at 4-15 p.m., on Friday, Feb, 28th. 
It will be followed by a 

LANTERN LECTURE 

ON THB 

"Louterell Psalter and Bedford Book of Hours," 

BY ERIC MILLAR, ESQ., 

At the Library of the City Museum, Park Row, Leeds, at 
5-30 p.m. As the accommodation is limited, admission is by 
tickets, which may be had free of charge on application to 
the H on. Secretary, E.W. Crossley, Esq., Broad Carr, Holywell 
Green, near Halifax. 



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The Louterell Psalter and the Psalter and Hours ol John, Duke of Bedford. 

The famous Louterell Psalter, long known to students and others 
from its deposit for thirty-two years in the British Museum, was 
executed for Sir Geoffrey Louterell of Imham in Lincolnshire in about 
1340. It is the latest in date of a great series of Psalters executed in 
East Anglia, and is a national monument of the first importance owing 
to its large series of marginal drawings illustrating English medieval 
life, which are our chief source of information on the subject. The 
Psalter and Hours of John, Duke of Bedford, unlike the Louterell 
Psalter, was entirely unknown until the end of 1929, when it was 
brought to the British Museum and its original owner's identity was 
first discovered. It is one of the finest surviving examples of English 
illumination of the first half of the fifteenth century, and is important 
as proving that John, Duke of Bedford, hitherto known only as a 
patron of foreign artists, also employed the finest artists on this side 
of the channel when available. It is also unique in containing a re- 
markable series of small portrait heads in initials, including one of 
Henry IV, all or almost all taken from the life and giving a wonderful 
representation of different classes of English society of the period. 

Eoth of these MSS. were placed in the sale room in July, 1929, 
and would have gone to America but for the magnificent generosity 
of an American, Mr. Pierpont Morgan, who advanced the whole of 
the purchase money to the British Museum, free of interest, for one year, 
on the understanding that the books, if not redeemed, should pass 
to the Pierpont Morgan Library at the end of the period. The 
Louterell Psalter was purchased privately by the Museum on the day 
of the sale for ^31,500, the Bedford MS. remaining in the sale room 
and being knocked down for the record price of £33,000, leaving a total 
of £64,500 to be redeemed by 29th July, 1930. 



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THE 



YORKSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 



FOUNDED 1863. 



INCORPORATED 1893. 



EXCURSION TO 

NORTON CONYERS, 
JERVAULX ABBEY, 
MIDDLEHAM CASTLE 
AND WELL CHURCH. 

Wednesday, June 25th, 1930. 



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Programme and Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed bt R. P. Dodosom. Crowm Press. Kirkgate. 

1930. 






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THE 
YORKSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 



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FOUNDED 1S63. 



INCORPORATED 1893. 



EXCURSION TO 

BARTON-LE-STREET CHURCH, 

APPLETON-LE-STREET CHURCH, OLD MALTON 

PRIORY CHURCH and CASTLE HOWARD, 

GARTON CHURCH, KIRKBURN CHURCH, 

BAINTON CHURCH and WATTON ABBEY. 

Wednesday & Thursday, 



JULY 30th and 31st, 1930. 




Programme and Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed by R. P. Dodgson. Crown Press, Kirkgate. 

.1930. 



Miscellaneous 
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THE 



YORKSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 



FOUNDED 1863 



INCOKPOKATED 1893 



EXCURSION TO 

WENTWORTH CASTLE, 

WORSBOROUGH CHURCH, 

WENTWORTH WOODHOUSE. 

Thursday, 18th September, 1930. 




Programme and Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed by R. P. Dodgsoh. Crown Press. Kirkgatk. 

1930. 



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YORKSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 



FOUNDED 1863. 



INCORPORATED 1893. 



TWCLc. ^u.^XLef sv^cxJjQji^ . 

EXCURSION TO 

Tong Church, Tong Hall, 

The Walton Cross, 

Hartshead Church & Kirklees Priory. 



Wednesday, June 10th, 

1931. 




Programme and Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Printed by R. P. Dodcsoh, Crows Press, Kirkgats. 

19JI. 



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EXCURSIONS TO 



FIRST DAY. 



Welwick, Patrington and Hedon 
Churches. 



SECOND DAY. 



Aldborough, Skirlaugh, Swine 
and Sutton Churches. 



Thursday and Friday, 
July 23rd and 24th. 

1931. 




Programme and Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

Prihted by R. P Dodgson, Crowm Press, Kirkgati. 

19.H 



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YORKSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

, FOUNDED 1863. i INCORPORATED 1893. 

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EXCURSION TO 

Thornton, St. Mary-le-Gill and 

Bracewell Churches, Gledstone Hall 

and Hellifield Peel. 



Wednesday, September 2nd, 



1931. 




Programme and Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 

I'HIXTED BY R. P DODGOTH, CKOWK P«*S», KlaKQATB. 

1931 



Miscellaneous 
printed matter 



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THE 
YORKSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

FOUNDED 1863. , * INCORPORATED 1893. 

7 lit '£,£■>■ ■am. \^~h- 'XL '^ iXtiZ/xs 

PILGRIMAGE 

TO THE 

YORK CITY CHURCHES. 



Thursday, October 8th, 

1931. 




Programme and Arrangements. 



WAKEFIELD: 
Frinted by R. P. Dodgson, Crown Prxss, Kikkgati, 

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YORKSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 



FOUNDED 1863. 



INCORPORATED 189a. 



EXCURSION 

TO 



YORK. 



Wednesday, June 8th, 

1932. 




Programme and Arrangements. 



WAKEPIELD : 

Fri.ntel bv R. P. Dodgson, Crows P&E5S, Kikkgatk 
1932 , 



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NOTICE.— The Seventy -second ANNUAL MEETING 

of the Society will be held in the Society's Rooms, 
10, Park Place, Leeds, on Friday, the ibth day of 
February, 1937, at 4-15 o'clock in the Afternoon. 

By order of the Council. 



W. CROSS LEV, F.S.A., 
Broad Carr, 

II'il.YWEI.I. GRBEN, 

nr. Halifax. 



Hon. Sec. 



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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Special 

General Meeting of the Society will be held at 

the Society's Office at 10, Park Place, Leeds, 

on Friday, the 25th day of February, 1938, at 

three o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose 

of considering and if thought fit passing the 

following resolution — 

" That the Council of the Society may at 
its discretion apply any of the invest- 
ments of the funds of the Society in the 
purchase of Numbers 9, Park Place, and 
37, St. Paul's Street, Leeds, which the 
Council has agreed to purchase for the 
sum of 00,750." 

DATED this fourth day of February, 1938. 

E. W. CROSSLEY, 

Hon. Secretary. 



Miscellaneous 
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NOTICE. 



©orkstfnre Archaeological g>octetj>. 





At the conclusion of the ANNUAL 
MEETING on 25th February, 1938 
(at about 5-10 p.m.) 

A. RAISTRICK, Esq., Ph.D., 

will give a LECTURE 
illustrated by Lantern slides, 

on 

" The Iron Age Settlements of 
West Yorkshire." 



Miscellaneous 
printed matter 



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THE YORKSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

Founded Iii83. .,.,.,. Incorporated 1893. 

10, PARK PLACE, LEEDS 1. 

President: The Rev. Professor C. E. Whiting, *\ |0O 

M.A., D.D., D.Lin., F.S.A., B.C.L. 




LECTURE PROGRAMME. 



SESSION 1948-49. 



Wednesday Evenings at 6.30 p.m. 



Members are invited to bring friends to any of the lectures, 
and an invitation to attend is also extended to all members of 
other Yorkshire Archaeological, etc., Societies. 

Coffee will be served after each lecture at 7.30 p.m. 
approximately. 



20th October, 1948. 

« MONUMENTAL BRASSES." 
(Illustrated with Lantern Slides). 



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BY 



Rev. Professor C. E. Whiting, M.A., D.D., D.Litt., B.C.L., F.S.A. 
(President of the Society). 



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THE YORKSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

Founded 1863. Incorporated 1893. 

10, PARK PLACE, LEEDS 1. 

(Telephone : LEEDS 27910) 

President: The Rev. Professor C. E. Whiting, 

M.A., D.D., D.litt., B.C.L., F.S.A. 



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LECTURE PROGRAMME. 



SESSION 1949-50. 



Wednesday Evenings at 6.30 p.m. 



Members are invited to bring friends to any of the lectures, 
and an invitation to attend is also extended to all members of 
other Yorkshire Archaeological, etc., Societies. 

Tea will be served after each lecture at 7.30 p.m. 
approximately. 



19th October, 1949. 

"THE COMPANY OF MERCHANT ADVENTURERS OF YORK." 
(Illustrated with Lantern Slides). 

BY 

Mr. B. P. Johnson, M.A., F.S.A. ' 

(Archivist of the Company and Chairman of the Yorkshire Archi- 
tectural and York Archaeological Society). 

Chairman— Rex. Professor C. E. Whiting, M.A., D.D. D.Litt. 
B.C.L. F.S.A. 

BESKWB MATT» 




THE YORKSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

Founded 1863. 

Incorporated 1893. 

President : The Rev. Professor C. E. Whiting, 

M.A., D.D., D.Litt., F.S.A., B.C.L. 




f ri £ L.3R«W0f 

SI »\i ^i-CORD 

APR 2 7 1950 

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SUMMER, 1950. \ 

Programme of Excursions. 



Wednesday, May 24th 

Thursday, June 22nd 
Tuesday, September 12th 



Ayton Hall, Guisborough Church and 
Priory, Kirkleatham Church and Hos- 
pital. 

Markenfield Hall, Harewood Church 
and Castle, Farnley Hall. 

Conisborough Castle, Tickhill Church, 
Roche Abbey. 



WAKEFIELD : 

Pxintid by The West Yoekshiee Primtikg Co. Limited 

1950. 



Zhe Zbovesbv Society #)#? 

patrons : 

The Duke or Leeds ; The Earl or Mexborough ; 
The Lords Grimthorpe, Allerton, Faber, and Airedale ; 

The Lord Mayor of Leeds (W. Penrose-Green, Esq.); 
Sir G. J. Armytage, Bart., F.S.A. ; Sir F. 8. Powell, Bart. 

president : 
John Rawlinson Fobd. 

VMce»prestoents : 
The Rev. Charles Hargrove, M.A. E. Kitson Clark, M.A, F.S.A. 
W. Paley Baildon, F.S.A. W. T. Lancaster, F.S.A. 



Council : 



Sir J. N. Barhan, Bart.,"* 
M.i 
Godfrey Bingley. 
W. Braithwaite, V.D. 
William Brigg, B.A. 
Frank Gott. 
Prof. A. J. Grant, M.A. 



M.P. 



The Venerable Archdeacon 

H. Armstrong Hall, B.D. 
W. L. Ingle. 

Prof. P. F. Kendall, F.G.S. 
S. D. Kitson, M.A. 
S. Margerison. 
A. Mattison. 



Hon. {Treasurer: 
G. D. Lumb, F.S.A, 63, Albion Street, Leeds. 

Won. Xibrarian and Curator: 
S. Denison, Spenthorn, West Park, Headingiey. 

Hon. Secretaries: 

B. P. Scattergood, M.A., 7, Cookridge Street, Leeds. 

C. A Town, B.A., LL.B., 18, Springfield Mount, Leeds. 

THIS Society was formed in the year 1889, as a Local Historical 
and Antiquarian Society for Leeds and the neighbourhood. 
Its objects are thus defined : — 

(1) The Collection and Preservation of Books, Pamphlets, MSS., Deeds, 

Engravings, Drawings, Coins, Antiquities, and other objects relating 
to the town and neighbourhood of Leeds, or bearing in any way 
upon the past or present history of the inhabitants. 

(2) The Transcription, Reproduction, and Publication of Public Records, 

Registers, and other documents relating to the town and neighbour- 
hood of Leeds. 

(3) The Preparation of Plans and Views of Buildings, and other objects 

of interest in the town and neighbourhood. 

(4) The Preparation and Publication of Papers on subjects of Historical 

or Antiquarian Interest, and of Biographical and Genealogical 
Notices of Local Worthies. 

(5) The Collection of Materials of any kind which may be useful in pre- 

paring, and also the preparation of, a History of the town and 
neighbourhood of Leeds, and the doing of any acts which in the 
opinion of the Council may be conducive to that end. 



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IliOty Cbe Gboresb^ Society. «* — 

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THE TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL MEETING of the above Society 
wilt be held in the Lord Mayor's Rooms, Tows Hai.l, Leeds, on 
Friday. April 4th, 1913, at 3 p m , at which the ordinary business of an 
Annual Meeting will be transacted. The Lord Mayor has kindly consented 
to preside. 

Sir John Barran, Professors Grant and Kendall, and Mr. Brigg retire 
from the Council by rotation. Nominations lor the Officers and four 
Ordinary Members of Council must be in the hands of the Secretaries, 
18, Springfield Mount, not later than Thursday, March 20th, 

The Subscriptions (.10/6) for 1913 were due 1st January, and, if not 
already paid,, should be sent to Mr. G. D Lamb, the Hon. Treasurer, 63, 
Albion Street, Leeds, or may be paid through a Bank to Lloyds Bank, 
Limited, Leeds ; forms for which can be oftained from the Treasurer. 

For 1912 -'Letters to Tboresby " and a part of ''Miscellanea" are in 
print and should be issued in the Spring. For 1913 second parts of 
"Miscellanea" and '' Testamenta Leodiensia" are in hand. 

.Copies of "John N. Rhodes, a Yorkshire Painter," at 5/- each, and a 
few "$opies of "Ralph Thoresby. his town and times," at 8/- each, postage 
exha.'can still be obtained from the Treasurer. 



Leeds, eth Murrh, 1913. 



8. P. SCATTERGOOD,). „ c 

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The TWENTY^EVEJWS-ANNTJALjMgETING of the above Society will 
pe""" heleTTir 111U Luhij Ma y<h& Booms, T^n Hall, Leeds, on Tuesday, 
July 1 8th," 1916, at 4-30 p.m., at which the ordinary business of an Annual 
Meeting will be transacted. The Lord Mayor*haa ivndly consented to be present. 

Sir John Barran, Bart., Professor Grant, Messrs. Wm. Brigs and J. W. 
Morrill retire from the Council by rotation and are eligible for re-election. 

Nominations for the Officers and four Ordinary Members of Council must 
be in the bands of the Secretaries not later than Tuesday, July 4th. 

The Subscriptions (10/6) for 1916 were due 1st January, and (if not already 
paid) should be sent to Mr. G. D. Lumb, the Hon. Treasurer, 63, Albion Street, 
Leeds, or may be paid through a Bank to Lloyds' Bank Limited, Leeds. 

Vol. xxiii Leeds Chapelries Register, 1720-63, part 1, and a part of Miscellanea, 
Vol. xxir. are ready for issue to the members for 1915. For 1916 the second parts of 
Leeds Chapelries Register and of Miscellanea are in the hands of the printers. 

B. P. SCATTERGOOD,\ „ „ 
10, Park Street, C. A TOWN, / Uon - * ect - 

Leeds, 2Sth June, 1916. ^ 






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The THIRTY-SECOND 4NNUAL MEETING of the above Society will be 
held in the Lord Mayor's Rooj^, Tows Hall, Leeds, on Thursday, May 12th, 
I93I-, at 4-30 p.m., at which the ordinary business of an Annual Meeting will be 
transacted. The Lord Mayor has kindly consented to be present. 

Messrs. J. E. Bedford, G. Bingley and W. L. Ingle retire from the Council 
by rotation and are eligible for re-election. 

Nominations for the Officers and four ordinary Members of Council must be 
in the hands of the Secretaries not later than Thursday, April 28th. 

The Subscriptions (10/6) for 1921 were due 1st January, and (if not already 
paid) should be sent to Mr. G. D. Lumb, the Hon. Treasnrer, 63, Albion Street, 
Leeds, or may be paid through a Bank to Lloyds' Bank, Limited, Leeds. 

Vol. XXVI. Miscellanea part L and Vol. xxvn. Leeds and District Wills part I. 
are nearly ready for issue to the members for 1919. For 1920 another part of 
Miscellanea and a further part of Leeds Parish Registers are ready to be placed in 
the hands of the printers. The delay has arisen from difficulties in printing. 

B. P. 8CATTERGOOD, I - ~ 
10, Park Street, H. W. THOMPSON, J Uon - fft, 

Leeds, 18th April, 19H. \.V * 



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EIGHTY-FIRST EXCURSION 
SATURDAY, MAY 20th, 1922 

TO 

KIPPAX CHURCH, LEDSTON HALL and LEDSHAM 

CHURCH. 



p.m. 

2-0. 
2-45. 
3-25. 
3-35. 

5-0. 
5-15. 
5-45. 
6-25. 
7-25. 



Leave Leeds (City Square) by Motor Char-a-banc. 

Arrive Kippax Church. 

Leave Kippax Church. 

Arrive Ledston Hall. 

Leave Ledston Hall. 

Tea, at The Chequers Inn, Ledsham. 

Arrive Ledsham Church. 

Leave Ledsham. 

Arrive Leeds (City Square). 



The thanks of the Society are due to the Revs. E. B. 
Smith and G. E. Warlow, for kind permission to visit the 
Churches of Kippax and Ledsham ; to Major G. C. Hastings 
Wheler, M.P., for leave to inspect Ledston Hall ; to Mr. 
Sydney D. Kitson, M.A., F.S.A., who will describe the 
buildings to be visited ; to Messrs. J. H. Green and G. E. 
Kirk, for making arrangements for the excursion to take place. 

The party is limited to 40. Early application for tickets 
is imperative. The first 28 applicants will be accommodated 
in one large Chara'. Afterwards, unless the number reaches 
40, the later applicants must provide their own conveyance. 
Tickets, price 7/6 each, to be obtained from Richard Jackson, 
Ltd., Commercial Street, Leeds, not later than Saturday, 
May 13th. Tickets for members wishing to join the party 
but making their own travelling arrangements, 2/6 each. 

Guide : Mr. G. E. KIRK. 



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EIGHTY-THIRD EXCURSION, 
SATURDAY, 23rd SEPTEMBER, 1922, 

TO 

FARNLEY HALL and LEATHLEY CHURCH. 



1-45 p.m. 


Leave Leeds (City Square) by motor char-a-banc 


2-30 „ 


Arrive Farnley Hall. 


4-0 „ 


Leave Farnley Hall. 


4-15 „ 


Arrive Leathley Church. 


5-0 „ 


Tea. 


6-15 „ 


Leave Leathley. 


7-0 ., 


Arrive Leeds (City Square). 



The thanks of the Society are due to F. H. Fawkes, Esq., 
for kindly throwing open Farnley Hall ; to the Rector of 
Leathley for permission to visit Leathley Church ; to Mrs. 
E. K. Clark, Lieut.-Col. E. K. Clark, and Mr. H. J. Wroot for 
their services in connection with the excursion. Farnley Hall 
and the history of the district will be described by Mr. F. H. 
Fawkes ; the Turner pictures by Mrs. E. K. Clark ; Leathley 
Church by Lieut.-Col. E. K. Clark and the Rector of Leathley ; 
and it is hoped that Mr. H. J. .Wroot will, after tea, read a 
paper on Turner in Yorkshire. 

The party is limited to 40. Early application for tickets 
is imperative. The first 28 applicants will be accommodated 
in one char-a-banc. Afterwards, unless the number reaches 
40, the later applicants must provide their own conveyance. 
Tickets, price 6/- inclusive of tea, to be obtained from 
Richard Jackson, Limited, Commercial Street, Leeds, not later 
than Saturday, 16th September. 

Guide : Me. W. PARSONS. 



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RECEiViQ 

1 ACCESSION DIVISION J, 

G of the above Society" "wilTbe 
J^URSPAY, 3rd December, 1925, 
Pbe asked to adopt the following 



•• The income and propertv of the Society, from whatever source 
derived have always been, 'and in future shall be, applied solely 
towards the promotion of the objects of the Society, as set forth in 
the rules of the Societv, and for no other purpose whatever, and no 
portion thereof shall be paid or transferred, directly or indirectly, by- 
way of dividend, gift, division, bonus or otherwise howsoever, by way 
of profit to the members of the Society. Provided that nothing herein 
shall prevent the pavment in good faith of remuneration to any servant 
or oflicer of the Societv, or to any member of the Society, or other 
person, in return for 'any services actually rendered to the Society. 
If any member of the Society pays Or receives any dividend, gift 
bonus or other profit in contravention- of this paragraph, he shall 
thereupon cease to be a member of the Society." 

• ... H. W. THOMPSON,^ Hon. 
••': . E. D.- JAMES, ) Sect' 

16, Queen Square, Leeds, 

Wh November, 192# f *o»H»n#e» 



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Founded i88g. 

96th Excursion, Saturday,- 12th June, 1926. 

TO 

FOUNTAINS ABBEY AND HALL. 



P.M. 

3-15 

5-0 

6-15 

7-45 



Leave Leeds (City Square) by motor 'bus. 

Motor 'bus arrives at Fountains Hall. 

Private cars arrive at Fountains Abbey and proceed to 

the Hall. 
Tea at the Canal Gates Cafe. 
Leave for Leeds. 
Arrive City Square. 



Members should be in City Square not later than i-io p.m. 
Tickets, inclusive of tea and conveyance, 8/6 each, may be 
obtained from Richard Jackson, Ltd., 5, Albion Place, Leeds 
(under the Church Institute). Tickets for members providing 
their own conveyance, 3/- each. Tickets for members to join 
the excursion party only, 1/6 each. 

Members of the party must keep together in one group at 
the entrances to the Abbey grounds, and will then be admitted 

on payment of 6d. each. If admitted singly or at any other time 

the Charge Is 1/-. Members are requested to write their names 
upon their tickets. The party is limited to 50. The first 24 
applicants will be accommodated in one motor 'bus. Unless 
at least 10 more than that number apply on or before Wednes- 
day, gth June (so that a second vehicle may be secured), the 
later applicants must provide for their own conveyance. 

Members in the motor 'bus will be set down at Fountains 
Hall entrance. Mr. H. W. Thompson will hold the party privi-\ 
lege ticket. Members in private cars must arrive at the Abbey \ 
entrance with Mr. Green's car in order to enter with his privilege 
ticket. No public motors are admitted but private cars are. 

Mr. John H. Green will be in charge of the party. At the 
Abbey the members of the Thoresby Society will meet the 
members of the Society of Antiquaries, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

The thanks of the Society are due to Captain Sutherland. 
Estate Office, Studley Park, for permission to visit the Abbey 
and Hall, and to Prof. A. Hamilton Thompson, D.Litt., F.S.A., 
for once again placing his services at the disposal of the mem- 
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The THIRTY-EIGHTR- ANNUAL MEETING of the above Society will beheld 
in the Lord Mayors £>o«s, Town Hall, Leeds, on Thursday, 5th , NUy, 1927, at 
"-30 p.m a° which ttetfdinary business of an Annual Meeting will be transacted. 

The Lord Mayor has kindly consented to be present. 

The Rev. R. J. Wood, Messrs. W. Parsons, J. Scott and H. E. Wroot retire from 
the Council by rotation and are eligible for Te-election. 

Nominations for the Officer, and four ordinary Members of Conned must be m 
the hands of the Secretaries not later than Thursday, 21st April. 

St^Sdro^ |KSy*A Ltd.. Leeds by onler on Member's 
Bank ionns for which may be ootained from the Treasurer or Secretanes. 

tw ^nWintinn for 1924— The Architectural and Historical Description of Bolton 

to complete both Volumes. 

The Hon. Secretaries wish to be notified of any changes of address. 



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I02n4 EXCURSION, SATURDAY, 23rd JULY, 1927 

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1-30 Leave Leeds (City Square) by motor char-a-banc. 

2-20 Arrive Halifax Parish Church, where the members will 

o on ^ be . received b y the Right Rev. Bishop Frodsham, D.D. 

o '! Description of the Parish Church by T. W. Hanson, Esq 

3-20 Proceed to the Piece Hall and site of the Gibbet. 

4- 5 Depart Halifax. 

4-20 Tea at Collinson's Cafe, Shibden Hall Park. 

5-30 Proceed to Shibden Hall, description by John Lister 

Esq., M.A. 

6-30 Depart Shibden Hall. 

7-30 Arrive Leeds (City Square). 



Members should be in City Square not later than 
1-^5 p.m., to join the char-a-banc. Tickets, including con- 
veyance and tea, 7/- each. Tickets for members providing 
their own conveyance, 3/- each. Attendance tickets for 
members joining the excursion party only, 1/6 each The 
various tickets may be obtained from Richard Jackson Ltd 
5, Albion Place, Leeds (under the Church Institute). 

Members are requested to write their names upon their 
tickets. The party is limited to 50. The first 28 applicants 
will be accommodated in one char-a-banc. Unless at least 

ln t ^°T e i th f n that number a PP'y °n or before Wednesday, 
dVth July (so that a second vehicle may be secured), the 
later applicants must provide for their own conveyance. ' 

Mr. John H. Green will be in charge of the party. 
_,. Th e thanks of the Society are due to the Right Rev 
Bishop Frodsham (Vicar) for permission to view the Parish 
Church; to Mr. John Lister for permission to visit Shibden 
Hall and for consenting to act as lecturer there, and to Mr T 
W. Hanson for consenting to act as guide to the Parish 
Church, Piece Hall and Gibbet. 



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The FORTY-FIRST ANNUAL MEETING of the above 
Society will be held in the Lord Mayor's Rooms, Town Hall, 
Leeds, on Thursday, ist May, 1930, at 4-30 p.m., at which 
the ordinary business of an Annual Meeting will be transacted. 

The Lord Mayor has kindly consented to be present. 

The Rev. R. J. Wood and Messrs. W. B. Crump, J. Scott and 
H. E. Wroot retire from the Council by rotation and are eligible 
for re-election. 

Nominations for the Officers and four ordinary Members of 
Council must be in the hands of the Secretaries not later 
than Thursday, 17th April. 

The Subscriptions (10/6) for 1930 were due 1st January, and (if 
not already paid) should be sent to the Hon. Treasurer, Mr. 
T. Walker, 4, Hyde Park Terrace, Leeds, or may be paid to 
Lloyds Bank Ltd., Leeds, by order on Member's Bank, forms for 
which may be obtained from the Treasurer or Secretaries. 

The Hon. Secretaries wish to be notified of any change of 
address of Members. 



W. S. THEAKER, 
J. G. CLARK, 



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16, Queen Square, 

Leeds, April, 1930. 



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THE FIFTY-FIRST ANNUAL MEETING of the Society 
will be held on Tuesday, the 21st day of May, 1940, at 4-30 p.m. 
The Meeting will be held in the West Room at the Civic Hall, 
by kind permission of the Lord Mayor, C. H. Boyle, Esq., J. P., 
who will take the chair. The President-Elect, Lt.-Colonel 
E. Kitson Clark, M.A., F.S.A., will deliver an address. 

Mrs. Frank Gott, Dr. R. Ofior and Messrs. W. B. Crump and 
W. N. Town have been nominated by the Council for election as Vice- 
Presidents. 

Messrs. J. Digby Firth, G. E. Kirk, R. Ofior and W. N. Town 
retire from the Council by rotation, and Mr. J. Digby Firth offers 
himself for re-election. There will also be two casual vacancies on the 
Council. 

Nominations for the Otficers and six ordinary Members of the 
Council may be forwarded to the Secretaries, in writing, not later 
than the 7th day of May, 1940. 

Subscriptions for 1940 were due on 1st January and, if not already 
paid, should be sent to the Hon. Treasurer, Mr. H. Pemberton, c/o 
The Midland Bank, City Square, Leeds, or may be paid to Lloyds 
Bank Ltd., by order on Member's Bank. Forms for this purpose may 
be obtained from the Treasurer. 



NOTICE OF SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING. 

At the conclusion of the Annual Meeting a SPECIAL 
GENERAL MEETING will be held, at which the Members will 
be asked to pass the following resolution — 

Alteration of Bole 15. 

That Rule 15 be amended by the addition of the following words — 
" . . . . The Council may also from time to time sell, exchange 
or give away (subject to Rule 1 ) any of its books no longer 
regarded as essential or serviceable, provided that after the 
Council has sanctioned such disposal, such intention shall be 
approved by not less than two-thirds of the members of the 
Council present at a subsequent Meeting after due notice has 
been given of the proposed sale, exchange or gift." 

J. G. CLARK, 
W. S. THEAKER, 
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THE COMMITTEE has pleasure in announcing the 
publication of its thirteenth monograph and twenty- 
seventh publication, being a complete illustrated record of 
the -seventeenth-century manor house 

SWAKELEYS 

near UXBRIDGE, in MIDDLESEX 

containing an exhaustive set of drawings of the house 
erected by Sir Edmund Wright, Lord Mayor of London, 
in 1638, with numerous photographs, heraldic drawings, 
etc. The history of the Manor is given briefly from the 
earliest times, together with copies of the inscriptions from 
the monuments in the Old Church at Ickenham relating 
to the families who have occupied the house. 

The monograph, which is uniform in style with those 
already published by the Committee, and of which a list 
is given on another page of this leaflet, will be sent to all 
those who subscribe a guinea to the work of the Com- 
mittee during the current year 1933, after which the 
Committee reserves the right to fix the price of copies sold 
to non-members. 

A special order form is enclosed, and this should be sent 
to the Secretary of the Committee at the earliest possible 
moment. Further particulars of the work of the Committee 
will also be found overleaf. 



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